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US20100223369A1 US12/395,456 US39545609A US2010223369A1 US 20100223369 A1 US20100223369 A1 US 20100223369A1 US 39545609 A US39545609 A US 39545609A US 2010223369 A1 US2010223369 A1 US 2010223369A1
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Embodiments relate to systems and methods for depopulation of user data from a network. A network management platform can communicate with a set of managed machines in a network, and generally manage user accounts including user lDs, associated network processes, services, application files, data files, and/or other user data. In embodiments, a user may have a change in status, such as departing from the organization operating the network, changing their name or user name, or other updates. In such cases, a systems administrator may need to update or delete files, processes, services, and/or other user data associated with the user from the network. The network management platform can interrogate the network for files, processes, or other resources associated with the user ID of interest. The search can exhaustively interrogate every available node in the network, to update or purge all files associated with the subject user ID(s).

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  • The present teachings relate to systems and methods for the depopulation of user data from a network, and more particularly to platforms and techniques for automatically scanning a network for files, processes, profiles, and/or other data related to a user whose user ID is changed or deactivated in the network.
  • BACKGROUND OF RELATED ART
  • A variety of network management platforms exist to assist network administrators with installing and configuring network resources and services. In many platforms, a management server can be used to issue commands to hosts or other network nodes to manage the configuration of the network hosts, underlying clients or other devices. As part of the management of comparatively large-scale and other networks, a network management platform can have the responsibility of maintaining a set of valid user IDs and resources and privileges associated with those user Ids.
  • It is a not infrequent occurrence in network operations that a user can undergo a change in status in their employment, subscription, or other relationship to the network to which they are registered. In a corporate setting, for example, a user can have a change in marital status and a resulting change in their legal name, or can depart from a company or other organization. In those and other cases, the accumulated files, user profiles, processes, or other resources associated with the user ID for that user may remain in the network.
  • In existing network management platforms, a systems administrator confronted with a set of obsolete user lDs has no particular tools or services available to them to locate and remote the undesired residual user IDs, and/or associated files, user profiles, processes, or other resources. Those managers therefore must typically access each individual data store, user machine, or other nodes on the managed network, and look for the out-of-date user data. It may thus be desirable to provide methods and systems that overcome these network management difficulties, and permit an administrator or other user to track down and update or remove obsolete user IDs and related user data.
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  • The accompanying drawings, which are incorporated in and constitute a part of this specification, illustrate embodiments of the present teachings and together with the description, serve to explain the principles of the present teachings. In the figures:
  • FIG. 1 illustrates an overall network in which systems and methods for depopulation of user data from a network can be implemented, according to various embodiments of the present teachings;
  • FIG. 2 illustrates an overall network in which systems and methods for depopulation of user data from a network can be implemented, according to various embodiments of the present teachings in further regards;
  • FIG. 3 illustrates an exemplary hardware configuration of a network management platform that can be used in systems and methods for depopulation of user data from a network, according to various embodiments of the present teachings; and
  • FIG. 4 illustrates overall network management processing for depopulation of user data from a network can be implemented, according to various embodiments of the present teachings.
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  • Embodiments of the present teachings relate to systems and methods for depopulation of user data from a network. More particularly, embodiments relate to platforms and techniques in one regard for identifying obsolete or unwanted user IDs via a network management server, and automatically scanning the network to which the user IDs are registered to detect user data associated with those IDs. The user data can be or include, for example, executing processes, services, user profiles, application or data files, or other user data authored by, belonging to, or otherwise associated with a user ID. The user data can be stored or hosted in a variety of locations in the network, including, for example, databases or other data stores, servers, personal computers or workstations, removable media, and/or other locations. When a systems administrator or other user desires to begin a purge of obsolete or undesired user IDs and associated user data, the network management platform can commence a full-network scan to comprehensively access and examine all computing, storage, and/or other nodes in the network and search the directories, memory, storage, and/or other resources therein to detect processes, services, files, user profiles, or other user data associated with those user IDs. The network management platform can then perform any desired modification or update to the user lDs and/or associated user data, such as, for example, changing the user IDs or data, exporting the user IDs or data, and/or deleting the user IDs or data. According to embodiments in one regard, the network management platform can thereby locate, update, and/or dispose of obsolete user IDs and/or user data from one central processing point, using comparatively compact global commands.
  • Reference will now be made in detail to exemplary embodiments of the present teachings, which are illustrated in the accompanying drawings. Where possible the same reference numbers will be used throughout the drawings to refer to the same or like parts.
  • FIG. 1 illustrates an overall system 100 consistent with systems and methods for depopulating user data from a network, according to various embodiments of the present teachings. In embodiments as shown, a network management platform 102 can maintain and manage a managed network 116. Network management platform 102 can communicate with a set of supervisory hosts 112 via one or more networks 110. One or more networks 110 can be or include the Internet, or other public or private networks. One or more networks 110 can be or include wired, wireless, optical, and other network connections. Set of supervisory hosts 112 can be or include a set of servers configured to communicate with entities at other levels of one or more networks 110 and/or associated connections. In embodiments, set of supervisory hosts 112 can communicate with an intermediate set or sets of hosts, gateways, or servers. In embodiments, set of supervisory hosts 112 can function as “overlord” hosts or servers which communicate command data 120 to an underlying or low-level set of targets 180, or other devices in managed network 116.
  • Set of supervisory hosts 112 can support or serve an underlying managed network 116, for example via a local area network, or other network(s) or connections. Managed network 116 including set of targets 180 can be or include a set of personal computers, network-enabled media devices, or other clients, devices, or machines. Other hierarchies, topologies, and connections between network management platform 102, set of supervisory hosts 112, any intermediate hosts, set of targets 180, and/or other entities or devices of managed network 116 can be used. In embodiments, communications between network management platform 102, set of supervisory hosts 112, set of targets 180, and/or other entities or devices in managed network 116 or other entities can be conducted via one or more secure channel 108, such as the secure channel and related resources described in co-pending U.S. application Ser. No. 12/130,424, filed May 30, 2008, entitled “Systems and Methods for Remote Management of Networked Systems Using Secure Modular Platform,” which published as U.S. Patent Application Publication No. ______, assigned or under obligation of assignment to the same entity as this application, and which application is incorporated by reference herein.
  • Network management platform 102 can include or access resources to support the generation and transmission of one or more discovery command 120 via auto-discovered or other pathways to manage set of supervisory hosts 112, set of targets 180, and/or other entities or devices of managed network 116, including a network store 104. Network store 104 can be or include a database or other data store, and in embodiments can store a network map 106. Network map 106 can record information related to the configuration and topology of network connections between set of supervisory hosts 112, set of targets 180, and/or other entities or devices of managed network 116, as well as other data. In embodiments, network map 106 can be recorded in a file, tree, database, or other record.
  • According to embodiments in one regard, network management platform 102 can access network map 106 to carry out management and maintenance operations on set of user IDs 162. Set of user IDs 162 can contain a set of user names, account names, account numbers, stored passwords, and/or other resources related to the identification and/or validation of users of managed network 116. According to embodiments, in general, each user ID in set of users IDs 162 can have an associated set of user data 164 hosted, stored, or located throughout the network of managed network 116.
  • Set of user data 164 can be or include any one or more of processes, services, user profiles, data files such as database, word processing, spreadsheet, media, or other data files, application files, passwords or other credentials, and/or other data related to the user identified by a given user ID in set of user IDs 162. Portions of user data in set of user data 164 can be located in diverse or multiple locations, such as in local or remote servers, personal computers or other client machines or devices, workstations, network-enabled mobile devices, databases, archives or RAID sites, or other nodes, facilities, or locations in managed network 116. Set of user data 164 can further comprise, for instance, files that contain references to a user ID which control access to applications or services, such as “/etc/group/.” Set of user data 164 can likewise include information such as aliases, groups, access control lists (ACLs), references by user ID or user name, or other information.
  • Network management platform 102 can determine a set of target IDs 166 in set of user IDs 162 to locate, modify, and/or remove set of user data 164 in or from managed network 116 and/or associated network or networks. In embodiments, set of target IDs 166 can be imported to network management platform 102, and/or can be manually specified by a systems administrator or other user. In embodiments, set of target IDs 166 can be generated by network management platform 102, for example, by identifying all user IDs that have not been used for a defined period of time, such as one year or other period of time.
  • As for instance illustrated in FIG. 2, once network management platform 102 has accessed, received, or generated set of target IDs 166, network management platform 102 can issue commands and/or invoke services to locate, modify, and/or purge set of target. IDs 166 and/or set of user data 164 associated with each of those user IDs. Network management platform 102 can generate one or more discovery command 120 to transmit to set of supervisory hosts 112, managed network 116, one or more networks 110, and/or other machines, locations, or resources. One or more discovery command 120 can contain an identification of set of target IDs 166 and other data to locate, identify, authenticate, and/or set of user data 164 associated with those IDs in the overall network. When network management platform 102 generates one or more discovery command 120, network management platform 102 can access network map 106 to identify one or more supervisory hosts in set of supervisory hosts 112 to or through which to transmit one or more discovery command 120. The recipient supervisory host(s) can receive one or more discovery command 120 and, in embodiments, access network map 106 and/or communicate with network management platform 102 to extract a pathway by which to relay or transmit one or more discovery command 120 to managed network 116 and/or other underlying devices. The supervisory host(s) can then transmit or relay the one or more discovery command 120 to a target or targets in managed network 116, using the identified pathway.
  • In embodiments, network management platform 102 can receive data back from set of supervisory hosts 112, managed network 116, and/or other resources indicating the presence of user data 164 for one or more user IDs in set of target lDs 166. Upon detection of user data 164 for those user IDs, network management platform 102can proceed to generate one or more modification command 168 to initiate a modification, update, migration, and/or deletion or removal of a portion or all of user data 164, and/or set of target IDs 166. For example, network management platform 102 can direct that files, directories, user profiles, and/or executing processes can be modified, updated, deleted, archived, terminated, removed, or otherwise processed to purge obsolete, inaccurate, insecure, or unwanted data. In embodiments, the modification can include substituting a new user ID for an obsolete user ID. In embodiments, the modification can include substituting new credentials, privileges, or other attributes for the existing attributes for the subject user ID. Other modifications or processing of set of target IDs 166 can be done. For example, two or more user IDs and associated user data 164 can be combined, or a single user ID can be split into multiple user data 164, IDs, or attributes.
  • According to various embodiments, network management platform 102 can be configured to periodically probe the network including set of manage machines 116, set of supervisory hosts 112, and/or other resources with repeated or additional one or more discovery command 120, to locate files, processes, and/or other user data 164 that was not present, visible, or identifiable during previous scans. In embodiments, a process of repeatedly interrogating the network for user data 164 can be repeated until a termination criteria are met, such as, for instance, the failure to discover any further user data 164 after a predetermined number of discovery attempts, or after a certain amount of time.
  • In terms of operational scope, it will be appreciated that any of network management platform 102, set of supervisory hosts 112, any intermediate hosts, and/or managed network 116 or other entities can be significantly or substantially geographically distributed, and can represent relatively large-scale groupings or clusters. For instance, different hosts in set of supervisory hosts 112 and/or associated targets in managed network 116 can be located in different metropolitan areas, in different sections of a country, in different countries, or in different continents. For further instance, different hosts in set of supervisory hosts 112 and/or sets of targets in managed network 116 can represent hundreds, thousands, or greater or lesser numbers of collective devices.
  • FIG. 3 illustrates an exemplary diagram of hardware and other resources that can be incorporated in a network management platform 102 configured to communicate with set of supervisory hosts 112, any intermediate hosts, set of targets 180, and/or other entities or devices of managed network 116 via one or more networks 110 or other connections, according to embodiments. In embodiments as shown, network management system 102 can comprise a processor 124 communicating with memory 126, such as electronic random access memory, operating under control of or in conjunction with operating system 130. Operating system 130 can be, for example, a distribution of the Linux™ operating system, the Unix™ operating system, or other open-source or proprietary operating system or platform. Processor 124 also communicates with network store 104, such as a database stored on a local hard drive. Processor 124 further communicates with network interface 128, such as an Ethernet or wireless data connection, which in turn communicates with one or more networks 110, such as the Internet or other public or private networks. Processor 124 also communicates with a network management module 132, which can be or include logic to monitor and manage the operation of network 110 and associated or connected resources. Network management module 132 can for instance permit a user to view, delegate, and execute configuration operations in set of supervisory hosts 112, set of targets 180, managed network 116, and/or other resources or entities. Other configurations of network management system 102, associated network connections, and other hardware and software resources are possible.
  • FIG. 4 illustrates overall processing for depopulation of user data from a network, according to various embodiments of the present teachings. In 402, processing can begin. In 404, a secure channel 108 can be established between network management platform 102 and one or more networks 110, set of supervisory hosts 112, set of targets 180, and/or other entities or devices of managed network 116. In embodiments, secure channel 108 can be or include a secure socket layer (SSL) connection, a public/private key infrastructure or connection, or other channel or connection. In 406, network management platform 102 can access, receive, or generate set of target IDs 166 reflecting user lDs whose associated user data 164 is to be scanned for in the overall network. In 408, network management platform 102 can transmit one or more discovery command 120 to one or more networks 110, set of supervisory hosts 112, set of targets 180, or other devices, entities or resources of managed network 116. In 410, network management platform 102 can receive one or more responses from the network indicating the presence of user data 164 associated with set of target IDs 166. User data 164 can be or include processes, services, user profiles, data files, application files, and/or other data.
  • In 412, network management platform 102 can proceed to generate one or more modification command 168 to initiate a modification, update, and/or deletion or removal of a portion or all of user data 164, and/or set of target IDs 166. For example, network management platform 102can direct that files, directories, user profiles, and/or executing processes can be modified, updated, deleted, archived, terminated, removed, or otherwise processed to purge obsolete, inaccurate, insecure, or unwanted data. In 414, the modification, updating, and/or deletion of user data 164 can be carried out. In 416, network management platform 102 can update set of user IDs 162 and/or any user data 164 to reflect the modifications or deletions, as appropriate. In 418, network management platform 102 can store a record of all locations in which one or more of set of target IDs 166 and/or user data 164 were found, to record a map of user ID/user data repositories within the network, as appropriate. In 420, as understood by persons skilled in the art, processing can repeat, return to a prior processing point, jump to a further processing point, or end.
  • The foregoing description is illustrative, and variations in configuration and implementation may occur to persons skilled in the art. For example, while embodiments have been described in which configuration commands or other data are generated and transmitted from one network management platform 102, in embodiments more than one server or other device or resource can serve as a central control point. For further example, while embodiments have been described in which one or more hosts in a set of supervisory hosts 112 coordinate the distribution of commands and data to a managed network 116, in embodiments, implementations can involve the dissemination of commands or other data through different network hierarchies, trees, nodes, or arrangements. For instance, in embodiments, commands or other data can be delegated via supervisory hosts through more than two sub-hosts or other sub-levels. For yet further example, while embodiments have been described involving one level or layer of supervisory hosts, in embodiments, the overall network can be configured with multiple levels or layers of supervisory hosts (or “overlords”). Similarly, various targets in managed network 116 can be configured at different levels within the overall network. For further example, while in embodiments the depopulation activity has been described as operating on a set of user IDs 162 and target IDs 166, in embodiments, other types of identifiers can be used. For example, in embodiments user data 164 associated with a given address, such as an Internet Protocol (IP) address, or other address or identifier, can be used to identify users or other entities for modification and/or removal. Other resources described as singular or integrated can in embodiments be plural or distributed, and resources described as multiple or distributed can in embodiments be combined. The scope of the present teachings is accordingly intended to be limited only by the following claims.

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1. A method of managing user information on a network, comprising:
identifying a least one user ID associated with at least one user having a changed status in a network;
automatically scanning a set of user processes, set of files, and a set of user profiles in the network to identify user data associated with the at least one user ID; and
modifying the set of user data in the network based on the changed status of the at least one user.
2. The method of claim 1, wherein the modifying comprises migrating the user data from the at least one user ID to at least a second user ID.
3. The method of claim 1, wherein the modifying comprises deleting the user data associated with the at least one user ID from the network.
4 The method of claim 1, wherein the automatically scanning comprises automatically communicating with all available nodes in the network via a secure channel to identify the user data associated with the at least one user ID.
5. The method of claim 1, wherein the changed status of the at least one user comprises at least one of a change in user name, a change in network user ID, a change in employment status, a change in level of security access level, and a change in network subscription status.
6. The method of claim 1, wherein the automatically scanning comprises an automatic interrogation process performed by a network management platform.
7. The method of claim 1, wherein the automatically scanning comprises multiple scanning of the network repeated until termination criteria are met.
8. A network management system, comprising:
an interface to a network; and
at least one network management engine, communicating via the interface with the network, the at least one network management engine being configured to—
identify a least one user ID associated with at least one user having a changed status in the network,
automatically scan a set of user processes, set of files, and a set of user profiles in the network to identify user data associated with the at least one user ID, and
modify the set of user data in the network based on the changed status of the at least one user.
9. The system of claim 8, wherein the at least one network management engine is further configured to migrate the user data from the at least one user ID to at least a second user ID.
10. The system of claim 8, wherein the network management engine is further configured to delete the user data associated with the at least one user ID from the network.
11. The system of claim 8, wherein the network management engine is further configured to automatically communicate with all available nodes in the network via a secure channel to identify the user data associated with the at least one user ID.
12. The system of claim 8, wherein the changed status of the at least one user comprises at least one of a change in user name, a change in network user ID, a change in employment status, a change in level of security access level, and a change in network subscription status.
13. The system of claim 8, wherein the network management engine is further configured to automatically repeat the scanning of the network until termination criteria are met.
14. A network, the network hosting a set of user data managed by a method comprising:
identifying a least one user ID associated with at least one user having a changed status in a network;
automatically scanning a set of user processes, set of files, and a set of user profiles in the network to identify user data associated with the at least one user ID; and
modifying the set of user data in the network based on the changed status of the at least one user.
15. The network of claim 14, wherein the modifying comprises migrating the user data from the at least one user ID to at least a second user ID.
16. The network of claim 14, wherein the modifying comprises deleting the user data associated with the at least one user ID from the network.
17. The network of claim 14, wherein the automatically scanning comprises automatically communicating with all available nodes in the network via a secure channel to identify the user data associated with the at least one user ID.
18. The network of claim 14, wherein the changed status of the at least one user comprises at least one of a change in user name, a change in network user ID, a change in employment status, a change in level of security access level, and a change in network subscription status.
19. The network of claim 14, wherein the automatically scanning comprises an automatic interrogation process performed by a network management platform.
20. The network of claim 14, wherein the automatically scanning comprises multiple scanning of the network repeated until termination criteria are met.
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